Days/Hours: Monday, 7:00pm to 5:30am, Friday, 10:30am to 9:00pm, Saturday, 12:30pm to 11:00pm, Sunday, 12:30pm to 11:00pm
Front Desk (Small Animal Hospital & Large Animal Hospital)
• Delight clients and visitors by welcoming them to the VMC and provide a caring, reliable and knowledgeable first contact point. • Efficiently and accurately admit patients ensuring all quality standards are met (including verifying rDVM, client, and patient demographics). • Assist with accurate electronic medical record keeping by ensuring all authorization forms are signed and completed records are forwarded to Medical Records for scanning. • Utilize established protocols for walk-in clients. • Check-in and admit patients in a timely manner following established protocol. • Ensure the billing process is initiated. • Notify proper personnel of the client’s arrival following specific guidelines. • Place required documents in patient medical record. • Prepare medical records with appropriate forms for the service they are seeing. • Register visitors as they enter the hospital and notify proper personnel of arrival. • Assist clients with prescription pick-up and payment, including notifying After Hours Dispensary staff. • Give directions to vendors, clients and visitors. • Maintain appearance of front desk and lobby area according to VMC cleanliness standards. • Answer incoming calls from within the VMC (staff, students, clinicians calling Front Desk). • Follow hospital guidelines for collecting payments and discharging patients. • Ability to problem solve routine issues. • Facilitate remote admission and discharge of Large Animal clients. • Use established protocol for calling in after-hours specialty teams. • Follow accounting protocols for processing payments and opening/closing registers. • Triage incoming Small and Large animal emergency cases; utilize internal triage tracking system as appropriate. • Enter appointments on Large Animal, Small Animal, and West Metro emergency schedule as appropriate; notify client of emergency processes. • Process scheduling calls based on standards and guidelines for each service. • Process general information calls by answering questions, taking messages and redirecting incoming calls. • Process appropriate paperwork for new clients.
General • Answer questions and explain procedures for interns, senior veterinary students, and student technicians. • Act as liaison between clients and clinicians. • Recognize, document, and alert the supervisor of trends in client calls. • Ability and willingness to cross train and assist in other areas as assigned.
Hourly Range: $17.41 to $23.52 USD/hour
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
High School diploma / GED and two (2) years of customer service experience. Training/education may be substituted for some of the years of experience.
Medical or veterinary office experience or experience with animals.
Internal Number: 340194
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